Lab Manual to accompany Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures 1 9780073202693 Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures provides a comprehensive approach to the training of a Pharmacy Technician. Written for students in career and community colleges, vocational schools, and pharmacy chain training programs, the text focuses on customer service and communication, critical thinking and problem solving, and emphasizes hands-on lab work. Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures is part of a versatile package that with its strong technological component, meets the learning styles of all students, whether they are distance learners, learning on the job, on their own, or in a traditional classroom setting.
Lab Manual to accompany Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures

Lab Manual to accompany Pharmacy Technician: Practice and Procedures

1st Edition
By Gail Orum-Alexander and James Mizner
ISBN10: 007320269X
ISBN13: 9780073202693
Copyright: 2011
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ISBN10: 007320269X | ISBN13: 9780073202693



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Chapter 1: Overview, Practice Settings and Organizations

Chapter 2: The Pharmacy Technician in You!

Chapter 3: Communications

Chapter 4: Customer Service

Chapter 5: Law and Ethics (to include HIPPA)

Chapter 6: OSHA Standards

Chapter 7: Standards and Safety

Chapter 8: Dosage Forms, Abbreviations, and Routes of Administration

Chapter 9: Referencing

Chapter 10: Classifications of Drugs

Chapter 11: Measurements and Calculations

Chapter 12: Medication Errors

Chapter 13: Retail Setting

Chapter 14: Hospital Setting

Chapter 15: Other Environments

Chapter 16: Compounding Setting

Chapter 17: Inventory Management

Chapter 18: Your Future as a Pharmacy Technician

About the Author

Gail Orum-Alexander

James Mizner